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- Information provided by New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry Historic Allaire Village The historic village was known as the Howell Works in the early 19th century. At that time it was a thriving industrial community which produced pig and cast iron. The buildings which remain today include a from wildernet.com
Reviewer's Rating = 5 Date of Trip: 11/15/2009 Ran and Hiked it with weighted vests and dog. Looks amazing for mountain bikers. Hmmmm gotta get some bikes....|Reviewer's ... from trails.com
Mostly tight single track; hard pack dirt w/ a lot of deep sand (especially in summer). Some nasty climbs + some downhill sections. Not overly technical, but still fun. *... from mtbr.com
Impeccably restored Allaire Village may look better today than it did when James P. Allaire began manufacturing pots and cauldrons on the site in 1822. Lack of fuel and the discovery of higher grades of ore in Pennsylvania forced the closing of Allaire?s foundry only twenty-four years after it bega from trails.com
In addition to camping, wildlife,picnicing? and playground facilities, Allaire State Park is also home to the Historic Allaire Village, known as the Howell Works in the early 19th century... from patch.com